10 Stylish Ideas For Your TRAVELLING

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It’s time for summer break! You’ve got a few days to travel and explore, which means you need to look fashionable at all times with memoria freese tier list. No want for hoodie and sweatpants? We don’t think so. Check out these 10 stylish, yet practical travel ideas that will suit even the most jetlagged of travelers.

1. The DIY Travel Tote 

If you’re anything like me, one of the hardest parts about traveling is finding a place for all the stuff you need (and don’t need) to take. I have a lot of pairs of jeans that go with everything and are just as comfortable sitting at a bar as they are on stage performing. I like to carry around only items that are necessary and immediately useful. So what do I fill my bag with? A relatively small cosmetic bag that fits in my back pocket and holds all my travel essentials: contact lens solution, travel size moisturizer, contact lens case, zip lock bags for dirty clothes and toiletries, sunglasses case, lip balm and hand sanitizer.

2. The Handy Dopp Kit

You should always have a place to put all your little beauty items you might need on the go, and a dopp kit is perfect for that. At some point in my life I said to myself “I’m going to stop packing so much stuff” and I just can’t help it. I love makeup and I like looking good when I walk out of my door so instead of packing a giant bag full of makeup I just bring the absolute essentials with me, which are lip balm, eyeliner and eyebrow brush.

3. The All Purpose Bag

This is my go-to item for travel because it’s big enough to hold everything without being too big that it gets in the way. I like to keep my wallet, phone and sunglasses in a zip lock bag behind the hanging pants so that they’re protected while not being too bulky. I also love these fabric bags from Feeko, they are so easy to clean and look great! 

4. The Waist Pack

Even though you don’t have to carry around a full suitcase, it’s important to have a nice place for all your essentials. This is how I travel with something as small as 3 pairs of jeans and I always know where it is before I go through security, which makes me feel safer. This is also great for souvenirs that you want to keep safe from getting lost in your bag, like tickets or jewelry.

5. The PDA

I love this idea for traveling because when your phone is stolen in Europe or you misplace it in China, you can at least continue to text with the amazing free texting app WhatsApp. This is a great safety feature that will help you avoid being lost in the airport and having to wait hours for your phone to be tracked down. With a little bit of time and research, you can find one that is virtually impossible to hack into with spyware apps or keyloggers. You can also buy these pre-packaged shops like The Detox Body Shop , which are super easy to use and clean. They’re also small enough that they won’t take up a lot of room in your bag.

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6. The Travel Case

If you’re anything like me, when you’re on the go you still need to be able to look beautiful! Your hair and makeup can get really messed up from traveling, so it’s important to bring a small travel case. You can buy one that is the perfect size for your toiletries or just use a small cosmetics bag and repurpose it. At the same time it’s great to have something that hides away all your hair and makeup products so they don’t get stolen or broken in your bag. I always bring shampoo, conditioner and lotion as well because no one wants to be stinky right?

7. The Foldable Shower Bag

This is such a great idea because it fits perfectly into your smallest handbag and will be long enough to fit all your toiletries in it. This is great if you’re on vacation and don’t have access to a shower right away, because sometimes you’ll have to stay in the same place for a few days which means that your bath products can go stale. On the other hand, this is also great when you are traveling and want to wash off before getting in the plane because air travel can leave you smelling pretty terrible.

8. The Safety Blanket

I love this idea because it’s pretty and easy to use. It’s great if you want to give your bed a fresh look while traveling and it’s also great for a place where you’re going to be spending a lot of time. I also adore the idea of bringing one that is super thin, so that you don’t have to worry about it being too warm for the country you’re visiting. If you have room in your bag I would bring one with a matching blanket or something that matches your tastes because this will make your bed feel cozy at night, which is sometimes all we need when we are away from home.

9. The Foldable Bed

I love this idea because it’s so portable and also looks beautiful at night. It’s great if you’re going to be staying in a shared dorm room or just want to have your own bed when you’re out of the dorms. It will hold everything that you need for the week and it will look clean and inviting for everyone else to stay in. For extra privacy, I also like to bring an extra pillow and a couple sheets because having sleep is important especially if you are exploring a new place.

10. The Incognito Bag

This is perfect for people who don’t want to dress up too much but still want to travel with something that they feel comfortable wearing, while traveling through unknown places. I love the idea of bringing a small, lightweight backpack so that you can feel like a local and you don’t have to look like a tourist.


In conclusion, traveling is all about having fun but being smart about it and being prepared. If you follow the tips above you will be able to pack your bag in less than 10 minutes and be ready for your trip in no time.


I just want people to think about all the stuff we put in our bags that we don’t need every single day. I’ve included some useful items in my own backpack because I use them a lot but there are also items that might not be so practical for you to carry on your trip and may only be useful for a short amount of time when you’re traveling.


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